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Bike Rack Program

The Cape Cod Commission is participating with other regional planning agencies in Massachusetts to provide low cost bicycle racks in business districts, recreation areas, public buildings and other areas. Towns, transportation agencies and other public entities are eligible to purchase bike racks and receive reimbursement under this program.

The program is coordinated by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), the regional planning agency for the 101 cities and towns of Metro Boston.

How to Participate

The procedure outlined below must be followed in order to select and purchase bicycle racks and associated equipment that will be eligible for reimbursement through the program.  Any and all documentation must be submitted by individuals authorized to contract on behalf of the eligible entity. 

Cape Cod Commission will continue accepting bike rack proposals on rolling basis until fall 2021 or until all grant funds are allocated.


Step 1  Subscription Form; Order Proposal Form: 

To participate in the program, first complete and return the MAPC - Cape Cod Commission Bike Parking Subscription Form (Form #1)and Order Proposal & Location Form (Form #2).  

Form #1 must be signed by a person with contracting authority for your municipality or agency. Please sign the form and email or mail to Maria McCauley at 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) entered into a collective procurement agreement, pursuant to M.G.L. c.7s.22B, on behalf of its participating municipalities and other regional planning agencies in Massachusetts, such as the Cape Cod Commission. Eligible entities simply sign on to the MAPC collective procurement to participate in the program. 

Only products from the MAPC-approved pricelist will be eligible for reimbursement as part of this program. 

Cape Cod Commission is currently accepting proposals and allocating funds on a first-come, first-served basis. 


Step 2 - Place Your Order & Install Racks & Associated Equipment: 

Once notified by the Cape Cod Commission via email or letter that your order has been approved, obtain purchase order from your procurement department and place your order directly with the vendor(s) for the particular product(s) that you wish to order. Please submit your purchase order to the following vendor’s sales representatives: 






Price List

For sales, contact:
Patrica Kapinos


Price List

For sales, contact:
Julia Hanson


Price List

For sales, contact:
David Boyce


Price List

For sales, contact:
Kaitlyn Ellerman



You must pay for the cost of the equipment and shipping before being reimbursed. You are responsible for installation of the purchased equipment in accordance with the Cape Cod Commission Bicycle Equipment Location and Installation Guidelines 


Step 3 - Reimbursement: 

To qualify, the equipment must be installed, and reimbursement invoices must be received by the Cape Cod Commission no later than June 30, 2021 (for bike rack proposals approved in fall of 2020).

Reimbursement invoices must include: 

  1. Signed Reimbursement Eligibility Form (Form #3) attesting that the equipment and locations are eligible.  
  2. Bike Equipment Reimbursement Invoice form (Form #4)  
  3. Bike Equipment Installation Location form (Form #5)  
  4. Digital photograph of each equipment location before and after installation. 
  5. Copies of all vendor invoices (please highlight those items for which you seek reimbursement) with proof of payment. 


Please submit the reimbursement invoice with all required documents and photographs to the Cape Cod Commission, to the attention of Maria McCauleyAdministration and Finance Manager, by email to or by mail to Cape Cod Commission, 3225 Main Street, Barnstable, MA 02630. 

The Cape Cod Commission will process reimbursement requests for all approved items within 60 days. 



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